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's national. >> i think it's national, too, adam, i'm not sure what the situation is in san francisco, but they're a little bit more elitist sometimes than new york city. >> yeah, you know, i'm not sure of my facts here, i don't think we have a wal-mart in san francisco, and i don't think it's a -- it's a labor issue necessarily. this is very similar to our last conversation, i mean, every-- i agree this is not a national issue, people in new york are-- >> and making the choice. >> wal-mart, they're making to make it-- >> let adam finish and it then we'll pile up on him. go ahead, adam. >> i don't think, by the way, that this is particularly fair to wal-mart what is happening in new york city. having said that, i think the opposition to wal-mart is sincere. yes, it brings in the sheer economy scale. >> hold on, adam, when you say it's unfair to wal-mart, we're talking about, what about being unfair to people who live in these neighborhoods? you know the south bronx is the poorest congressional district in america, do you know how many people want a job and love to buy a flat screen tv
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